Greek dream meaning
 

Greek dreams by DreamMean
To dream of reading Greek, denotes that your ideas will be discussed and finally accepted and put in practical use. To fail to read it, denotes that technical difficulties are in your way.

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Gods: Greek, Roman etc.
Various gods such as these figures often represent idealized desires, obstacles, powers, or relationships. The presence of the god figure often comes as a superlative. (read all at source)

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In ancient Greek mythology, Medusa is a Gorgon, represented as a woman with snake hair who can turn into stone whoever she looks at. According to the psycho-analytic perspective, it is a symbol for castration or repressed sexual energy. (read all at source)

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Greek Mythology And DreamsAs for Greek mythology, the god Hypnos was seen as the embodiment of sleep. It was believed that he touched people with a magic wand or fanned them with his wings to make them sleep. Hypnos had three sons, known as the Oneiroi: Morpheus, Phobetor (or Icelus) and Phantasos. (read all at source)

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Greek Food FAQ: What is the Game with Red Eggs at Easter?
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Il Castello di Vincigliata: AMedieval Dream... (read all at source)

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In Greek mythology, the dead travel on a ferry across the River Styx to the Underworld. Therefore, ferries are associated with death, and death in a dream represents change - the ending of something old and the beginning of something new. (read all at source)

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In Greek mythology, dirty hands was a symbol of hard work but also to bring people together. Dreams of hands that are dirty may therefore be referring to your role as a peacemaker or the need for you to make peace with someone. (read all at source)

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- The Greek priestess Pythia sat on a tripod at Delphi, saying true, to find the truth about himself.
- The three-legged stool has always been found a convenient interpretation: about promotion at work, but also family life.
Spiritually:
It represents spiritual power and enlightenment. (read all at source)

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1) in Greek mythology the name of the Pythian serpent or dragon that dwelt in the region of Pytho at the foot of Parnassus in Phocis, and was said to have guarded the oracle at Delphi and been slain by Apollo
2) A spirit of divination... (read all at source)

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In the Greek and Roman era, dreams were seen as messages from the gods and believed to have healing powers. With this belief in mind temples were built were sick people would sleep and be sent cures through their dreams. In Egypt, dreams were seen as prophetic and an omen from outside spirits. (read all at source)

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Pan in Greek mythology, the god of forests, pastures, flocks and shepherds; represented as a man having the horns, ears and legs of a goat and playing upon a reed pipe; positive masculine sexuality and fertility. Who's the musical goat in your life? (read all at source)

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-The ancient Greeks used to treat some disorders at dream incubation centers called Asclepions. Here all diseases, or wounds whether of the body (soma) or the mind (psyche) were treated as spiritually affected. (read all at source)

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The writers of Greek and Latin classics relate many instances of dream experiences. Homer accorded to some dreams divine origin. (read all at source)

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A dream of this Greek god is a warning to be careful in money matters.... Continue dream interpretation - Bacchus"continue dream interpretation
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Dream interpretation - Bachelor... (read all at source)

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The eagle is an important symbol of American Indians He also holds an important place in the literature of the ancient Greeks and Jews. This image has not changed the symbolic significance of today. (read all at source)

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The Roman god Neptune and the Greek god Poseidon is the god of the waters of the earth. He is also known as the god of the earthquakes, as the movements of the oceans create disturbances on the earth. (read all at source)

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Example dream : A Greek Goddess symbolised the spiritual high the dreamer was on. Ancient times can link to dramatic and intense feelings within us.
Example dream : A dream where the dreamer is exploring a house was linked to his thoughts about the mind. (read all at source)

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Greek god Zeus and the Roman god Jupiter are one and the same. Zeus is the god of gods. He is the creator of day, thunder and lightning, the seasons and is the "sky god." Zeus holds supreme power and his decisions are not questioned as he is the father of gods and men. (read all at source)

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The word metaphor comes from a Greek word meaning to "transfer" or "carry across." Metaphors "carry" meaning from one word, image, or idea to another. A metaphor is a figure of speech in which an implied comparison is made between two unlike things that actually have something important in common. (read all at source)

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My work at Atsitsa the holistic holiday community, on the Greek island of Skyros, where I taught groups of people how to explore their dreams, enabled me to experiment with a format which enables a peer group to support each other in dream-work. (read all at source)

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It was widely believed that this symbol resulted from the Greek acronym for \"Jesus Christ, Son of God. (read all at source)

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The Peacock was Hera's favorite bird in Greek mythology and can embody arrogance or spite. It is associated with vanity and the outer expression of inner beauty. (read all at source)

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Zeus is the big cheese, the god of all gods in Ancient Greek mythology. As children we are often told tales of Zeus and the gods of Olympus, and there have been many movies that feature Zeus as the all power god and master of human fate. (read all at source)

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Priests, of early Pagan religions followed by the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, acted as interpreters of dreams. Dream Interpretations gained considerable credibility due to the recognition given to this subject by Christians and many Biblical references to dreams and their revelations. (read all at source)

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Nine - symbol for completeness and personal fullfilment. In Greek mythology nine represents the Goddess, the highest level of being. May represent personal balance or wholeness. See Numbers
Noon - intellect, rationality, masculinity.
Noose - a warning of castastrophe if you don't change your ways... (read all at source)

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In Greek culture when you have a dream about teeth or loosing your teeth it means that somebody in your family will be sick or somebody close to you. The Chinese say that when your teeth fall out means your telling lies and being deceitful. (read all at source)

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A mythological character—such as a god or goddess of Roman or Greek mythology, Pegasus, or a centaur—can represent:... (read all at source)

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Associated with water (unconscious), pearls often represent inner knowledge, insight from out depths.
When Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love, rose from the sea, she carried a pearl in her hand, so pearls can represent feminine wisdom, especially about love and relationships. Dream [.]... (read all at source)

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The word night "mare" has been derived from the word incubus. In Greek it was ephialtes, in Latin incubus, in German mar/mare, in Old English maire, Old Norse mara, Old Irish mar/mor, and all mean "one who leaps on, oppresses or crushes."... (read all at source)

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Freud believed that the Greek myths of Oedipus and Electra symbolised psychological conditions. In the story Oedipus killed his farther and married his mother. Freud claimed that this represented a boy's incestuous desire for his mother and jealousy towards his father. (read all at source)

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To avoid learning the lesson is like forcing your soul to a fate similar to the mythical greek god named Sisyphus (thanks, Leah!) who was doomed to keep rolling a boulder uphill for eternity, only to watch it roll back down & have to repeat the same tedious hard labor again & again. (read all at source)

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Dreaming that you read Greek means discussion and acceptance of your ideas. (read all at source)

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Greek :
If you understand Greek your ideas will be accepted. If you do not understand it you might experience technical problems. (read all at source)

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Greek
To dream of reading Greek, interpret that your ideas will be discussed and finally accepted and put in practical use. To fail to read it, interpret that technical difficulties are in your way.
Greyhound... (read all at source)

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Greek meaning:
Another reference as a solar animal, the eagle is symbolic of authority, rulership and virility. It's depicted with thunderbolts in each talon. (read all at source)

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Greek Gods
To dream of the Greek Gods symbolizes your intellectual development and urge to discuss ideas. It can also suggest a perfectionist streak.
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Greek
To dream that you read Greek, signifies discussion and acceptance of your ideas.
Greeting Card
To see a greeting card in your dream, suggests that surprises are in store ahead. (read all at source)

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